UPDATE. EA announces plans for next gen controller.

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14 Nov 2017 22:57 - +19940
Inserting the card gives players a sense of accomplishment.
15 Nov 2017 00:20 - +9349
EA Games *Ruin everything*
14 Nov 2017 23:51 - +6113
15 Nov 2017 00:03 - +4954
"Your payments have been inactive, you will be kicked from the game in 30 seconds..." Edit: this comment gives me a sense of pride and accomplishment.
14 Nov 2017 23:45 - +3725
Notice how, like the website, there is no refund button
15 Nov 2017 00:23 - +1350
Love the ea roasting its so funny.
15 Nov 2017 01:51 - +1036
There isn’t even a game attached, you just put the card in and the controller drains your bank account. That’s it.
14 Nov 2017 23:45 - +972
They are freemium without the free or the premium
15 Nov 2017 01:04 - +814
"And for just $9.99 you can charge your controller for another half hour of gameplay!"
15 Nov 2017 00:44 - +397
Don't forget to drink your validation can of mountain dew
15 Nov 2017 01:04 - +345
$1 to use the A button 7 times $5 to use the A button 30 times $10 to use the A button 50 times $100 to unlock the special B button 5 times
14 Nov 2017 22:55 - +291
New payment every time you want to play
15 Nov 2017 01:15 - +216
I'm surprised the controller comes with all the buttons.
14 Nov 2017 23:57 - +131
All this whining and they're still going to make money because Gamers have been getting pooed on for the last 15 years. And yet we still continue to buy these products.
15 Nov 2017 01:16 - +88
We’re gonna have to go back to the arcade days where we have to pay every time we die
15 Nov 2017 01:40 - +83
"Press X to kill your opponent, just 99 cents" "Press Y to kill 5 opponents for just $3.99, GREAT VALUE"
15 Nov 2017 01:50 - +71
*You're welcome* - EA
15 Nov 2017 02:39 - +33
Anyone who hears "micro transactions" on a console game should stop and consider what message their money is saying to the developer for before buying. Micro transactions on a free phone game is fine, but for a $60-80 XBox/PS4 game, absolutely not. This business model of producing an incomplete game at full price with eventual (additional cost) DLC content is insulting. Adding micro transactions to that game should be flamed on the reviews and comments should be flooding into the development studio about the quality of the content. https://help.ea.com/en/contact-us/ Given how hollow the BattleFront I experience was, why would you pay full price for BattleFront II anyway?
15 Nov 2017 03:21 - +24
Here at EA, we believe in providing our dedicated fan base with only the most premier experience, therefore we are happy to announce that for our upcoming Reddit AMA we will be implementing a microtransaction comment section, where we will only review and respond* to users who pay to post their comment, providing they have proof of their purchase of Battlefront 2. Thank you to all of our loyal customers and we look forward to seeing you there! *Completion of microtransaction does not guarantee that we will respond to your comment, however it does grant you the possibility.
15 Nov 2017 01:48 - +23
"Turning players into payers" - Jimquisition

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